Causes Throat Feels Hot When Swallowing Food?
, my throat is hot when used to swallow food that has chili even though it’s not spicy, is it strep throat or drug effect? Because I was taking 100 nomika yesterday for my facial treatment. But I also have a history of heartburn.
Hello Ndhell, thank you for asking.
A hot or sore throat when you swallow can be caused by an infection or non-infection condition. Some possibilities that you can experience for example:
pharyngitis. Sore throat caused by bacteria or viruses. Generally cause pain or pain when swallowing, especially spicy or sour food, accompanied by fever, not feeling well, weakness, sometimes nausea, vomiting tonsillitis (inflammation of the tonsils). Like pharyngitis, this condition can be caused by bacterial or viral infections. Symptoms include swallowing pain, fever, such as a lump in the throat. GERD. In this condition the stomach wall becomes irritated due to stomach acids which injure the stomach wall. Gastric valve damage occurs so that stomach acid can turn up into the throat and cause inflammation of the throat. Symptoms of throat pain or heat, dry cough, and can be accompanied by bad breath. Minocycline drug side effects generally include pain or discomfort in the stomach, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, or allergic reactions. Your throat can also feel hot due to the chili contained in food. Chili contains a molecule called capcaisin. The molecule which gives a spicy taste by activating cells that receive pain, on the tongue and oral mucosa. Then maybe your throat gets hot from capcaisin, although subjectively you don't think the food is spicy.
Please consult with your doctor if the problem persists after more than a week or if symptoms worsen. Hope this answer helps. Regards.